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Old 09-10-2013, 10:12 AM   #91
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Old 09-10-2013, 10:21 AM   #92
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
That's a beautiful blanket for the background to a lovely cloth. Very nice. I like the Red Licorice color a lot!
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That's really pretty and I love the blanket!
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Katie - These are both so beautiful! I love the color and the basket rib stitch pattern. And the blanket - it looks so snuggly.
LOL I put the blanket there because it was already in the car and I thought it made a better background than the pink towel that normally covers the passenger seat.

Thanks for the compliments (on both) -- I appreciate it. The kids tell me this is their favorite blanket and I've started another one, but I keep getting distracted from it (which is why it took me three years to make the first one. )
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Originally Posted by claireweber View Post
Another use for this stitch pattern:

Turtle Butt
Awwwww!
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FO Circle Cloth for Dish Drain
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Originally Posted by claireweber View Post
Set up and ready to go

It looks very nice!

I think I understand the dish drainer cloth now. I've always had the kind of drainer that dumps into the sink, so I was a bit confused about what you were talking about. Anyway, yours is very nice -- that is such a great pattern!
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Now I understand. That looks awesome, Claire.
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Awesome!
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That's terrific, Claire! I use a towel under mine but maybe I'll have to copy you and knit something for the purpose.
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That's terrific, Claire! I use a towel under mine but maybe I'll have to copy you and knit something for the purpose.
What is really cool is when I am at the sink and I look over and see it I've knitted so many dishcloths and don't own a single one of them, this is the first item I have knitted for our home
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What is really cool is when I am at the sink and I look over and see it I've knitted so many dishcloths and don't own a single one of them, this is the first item I have knitted for our home
That's so cool Claire! I'm knitting a wash cloth for my 23year old son now. He's been complaining he was the only one of us (except me lol) that doesn't have one of his own. My younger son's friends ask for them when they spend the night and have to shower. Knit yourself more!! LOL
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